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Software Sites are collections of software available on websites over the last few decades that were mirrored at the Archive and then left in a dormant state. While the data on them is still valid, it is likely that many of the still-maintained files will have much more prominent versions, which will have bugfixes and other important updates.

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Tucows Software Library
by Alejandro Tearney
software
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These are cursors for kids with cute things on them.
Topics: software downloads, software, Downloads
DigiBarn
by Allan Lundell
software
eye 136
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Early 1991Wearable PC by Lee Felsenstein One of the pioneers of the microcomputing industry, Lee Felsenstein, demonstrates his early wearable computer. About this device he writes "This was taken at the 1991 CD-ROM show and exposition in San Jose, CA (at the Red Lion - now the Doubletree Hotel). It's a belt-worn DR-DOS PC in its own right, with a CD-ROM drive, a crude PCMCIA card for bulk storage and the Reflection Technologies moving-mirror-scanned LED display. The grey handheld mouse...
Topics: wearable PC, augmented reality, Lee Felsenstein, DOS
DigiBarn
by Allan Lundell, Bruce Damer
software
eye 93
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comment 0
This is a video summary of Grand Opening of the Digibarn Computer Museum at Ancient Oaks Farm on July 13, 2002. Digibarn site link: http://www.digibarn.com/collections/movies/digibarn-tv/grandopening.html
Topics: Digibarn, computer history, grand opening
DigiBarn
by Allan Lundell, Bruce Damer
software
eye 101
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A tour of the Digibarn Computer Museum is given by Founder Bruce Damer in September 2002. This was shot by Al Lundell for a presentation to the Computer History Museum. Digibarn site link: http://www.digibarn.com/collections/movies/digibarn-tv/tour.html
Topics: Digibarn, computer history videos
DigiBarn
by Allan Lundell, Bruce Damer
software
eye 195
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Steve Wozniak's animated Apple ][ floppy disk-based invitation to the US Festival in 1982 This is a video out capture of Steve Wozniak's Invitation to the US festival produced by Allan Lundell and Bruce Damer in May 2001. Note: this is the first ever video piece produced by and for the DigiBarn. We shared this with Woz on his visit to the Digibarn in late 2006. Digibarn computer museum site link: http://www.digibarn.com/collections/movies/digibarn-tv/wozusinvitation.html
Topics: Digibarn, computer history videos, Steve Wozniak, Apple II, US Festival 1982
DigiBarn
by American Life TV
software
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DigiBarn: Bruce Damer, Steve Wozniak on American Life TV program "Moments that changed us". Air date: December 5, 2008.
Topics: Steve Wozniak, Bruce Damer, Apple II, Computer History
DigiBarn
by Apple Computer, Inc.
software
eye 340
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Apple introducing the Lisa Computer (1983)
Topics: Digibarn, computer history, apple lisa, user interfaces, Kevin Costner
DigiBarn
by Apple Computer, Inc.
software
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The Knowledge Navigator concept piece by Apple Computer (1987) inspired by the earlier "dynabook" vision and work of Alan Kay Digibarn site link: http://www.digibarn.com/collections/movies/knowledge-navigator.html
Topics: digibarn, computer history, apple, knowledge navigator, Alan Kay
DigiBarn
by Apple Computer, Inc.
software
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Welcome to Newton introducing the Newton handheld PDA was produced by Apple Computer in 1994 and included as a VHS tape with every Newton Messagepad 100 shipped. Thanks Marcin Wichary for this video.
Topics: Digibarn, computer history, apple newton, user interfaces
DigiBarn
by Apple Computer, Inc.
software
eye 283
favorite 1
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1982 or 1983 Apple video introducing the Lisa computer, Kevin Costner starring Two kinds of people..." a short piece introducing the Apple Lisa computer, with actor Kevin Costner late 1982 or early 1983 video by Apple featuring the Lisa 1. This one is special due to lovely cinematography and actor Kevin Costner. A strange thing to note about this piece is Mr. Costner's awkward use of the mouse with his left hand an gripping the mouse in a way nobody does today. I guess this might have been...
Topics: Digibarn, computer history, apple lisa, user interfaces, Kevin Costner
DigiBarn
by Apple Computer, Inc.
software
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CHI 98 Demo Of Apple Lisa (1998)
Topics: Digibarn, computer history, apple lisa, user interfaces, CHI
Tucows Software Library
by Author
software
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This cursor pack contains animated dancing arrows.
Topics: software downloads, software, Downloads
Tucows Software Library
by Bill Watterton
software
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Here are three animated Calvin and Hobbes cursors.
Topics: software downloads, software, Downloads
Tucows Software Library
by BruB
software
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This is an animated tooth dripping blood.
Topics: software downloads, software, Downloads
DigiBarn
software
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Digibarn: Erik Klein switching in a musical program into the Altair 8080 (recorded by Digibarn founder and curator Bruce Damer at Ancient Oaks Farm, California on November 3, 2005).
Topics: Digibarn, computer history, MITS Altair 8080, Steve Dompier, Homebrew computing
DigiBarn
software
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Digibarn visitor and contributor Brooke Boering does a presentation on an assorted set of comptometers, mechanical calculators made from the late 19th to the mid 20th Centuries. Brooke is an expert on the comptometer and even worked servicing them in the 1940s. Recorded: July 11, 2006. Digibarn site link: http://www.digibarn.com/collections/audio/digibarn-radio/brooke-comptometers/index.html
Topics: Digibarn, computer history, comptometer, calculator
DigiBarn
software
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From the camera of DigiBarn co-founder and videomaker Allan Lundell come a select group of short pieces of significant computer history (with artifacts) (shot and edited by Allan Lundell and Bruce Damer, March 1-2, 2003) Digibarn computer museum site link: http://www.digibarn.com/collections/movies/index.html Topics include: Allan Lundell tells the story of his first telecommuting on The NorthStar Horizon Allan Lundell on Innovation in Action in the late 1970s, the Story of Two Disk...
Topics: Digibarn, computer history videos
DigiBarn
by Bruce Damer, Allan Lundell
software
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The DigiBarn hosts a special panel of the original designer, builders and programmers of the LINC computer, a paradigm shift in 1962. Project headed by Wes Clark at MIT Lincoln Laboratories which later moved to Washington University in St. Louis. The LINC established the experience and practice of personal, interactive computing and contributed significantly to the development of the Arpanet, computing in science, the minicomputer revolution of the 1960s and 70s, open, home-brewed hardware and...
Topics: LINC, personal computing, computer history, Arpanet, Wes Clark, small computers, interactive...
DigiBarn
by Bruce Damer, Digibarn Computer Museum
software
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Erik Klein's movies of the original IBM PC (model 5150) booting into PC DOS 1.0 and other applications. Part of the 25th anniversary of the 1981 launch of the IBM PC (August 12, 2006). Digibarn site reference: http://www.digibarn.com/stories/ibm-pc-25/index.html
Topics: Digibarn, computer history, ibm pc 5150
DigiBarn
by Bruce Damer, KUSP Radio Santa Cruz
audio
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DigiBarn founder Bruce Damer interviewed on Geek Speak KUSP radio Nov 5, 2004
Topics: digibarn, computer history, vintage computers
Tucows Software Library
by BulletHolz
software
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BulletHolz is a simple puzzle game. When hard objects hit glass, they get those crazy spider-line cracks. Those of you with cars know what I'm talking about. The challenge is: can you tell, based on the pattern, the order in which the cracks were made?
Topics: palm pilot, palm pilot software, palm pilot downloads, palm, palm os, downloads, palm downloads
DigiBarn
software
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DigiBarn curator Bruce Damer was interviewed in New York for a CBS News Sunday short "almanac" segment commemorating the launch of the Xerox Star that aired on Sunday April 27, 2003. DigiBarn cofounder Allan Lundell and his partner Sun McNamee produced the graphics of the opening segment as well as the shots of DigiBarn interior views. This segment is hosted by Charles Osgood of the Osgood file and produced by Anthony Laudato. Digibarn Site Link:...
Topics: Digibarn, computer history, cbs sunday morning, computer mouse, xerox star 8010, charles osgood
Tucows Software Library
by cellplandev@yahoo.com
software
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Use this tool to see how many minutes you've used in your cell phone's current billing period. It automatically calculates which calls are part of the current billing period and ignores the rest.
Topics: palm pilot, palm pilot software, palm pilot downloads, palm, palm os, downloads, palm downloads
DigiBarn
software
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Video from the demonstration of the Xerox Star held at CHI '98 in Los Angeles, April 1998 The Xerox Star and Apple Lisa were demonstrated in a joint session at CHI '98. This detailed video of the demonstration of the Xerox Star user interface was presented by David Smith and Dave Curbow. Thanks to Frank Ludolph for providing this illustrative video!
Topics: Digibarn, computer history, xerox star 8010, user interfaces
DigiBarn
software
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Digibarn people Bruce Damer & Al Lundell are interviewed with artifacts on CNET Live, air date: April 24 2008.
Topics: Digibarn, computer history
DigiBarn
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These documents are from Commodore Canada's Nov 13, 1985 event introducing the Amiga 1000 computer.
Topic: computer literacy
Tucows Software Library
by Dan Podewils
software
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Here are some bad three-wheelers, a bad mouse and a bad tornado.
Topics: software downloads, software, Downloads
DigiBarn
software
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This is Dave Curbow's recording of the "final" demo of the Xerox Star 8010 held at Xerox PARC June 17, 1998.
Topics: Digibarn, computer history, xerox star 8010, user interfaces
DigiBarn
by Dennis Allison; Bob Albrecht; George Firedrake
texts
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DigiBarn documents: Peoples Computer Company Vol.1 No.1 (Oct 1972) by Dennis Allison, Bob Albrecht and George Firedrake. The publication of the PCC issued from the first computer learning center for the public (including kids!) in Menlo Park, CA, in the heart of Silicon Valley, long before it was called Silicon Valley. Note that the PCC opened its doors before the appearance of the first microcomputers (PCs) so the learning was supported by terminal-based minicomputers. Wikipedia Entry:...
Topics: computer literacy, public computing
DigiBarn
by Dennis Allison; Bob Albrecht; George Firedrake
texts
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DigiBarn documents: Peoples Computer Company Vol.2 No.2 (Nov 1973) by Dennis Allison, Bob Albrecht and George Firedrake. The publication of the PCC issued from the first computer learning center for the public (including kids!) in Menlo Park, CA, in the heart of Silicon Valley, long before it was called Silicon Valley. Note that the PCC opened its doors before the appearance of the first microcomputers (PCs) so the learning was supported by terminal-based minicomputers. Wikipedia Entry:...
Topics: computer literacy, public computing
DigiBarn
software
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: Wordstar Creator Rob Barnaby and the original IMSAI it was created on. Recorded at the DigiBarn Computer Museum in June 2008.
Topics: wordstar, digibarn, computer history
DigiBarn
by DigiBarn Computer Museum
software
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DigiBarn: Demos of the historic LINC Computer which was restored by some of the original LINC team members in mid 2007. In this series of four videos we see how the LINC operated, read tapes, allowed keyboard entry of commands, programs to be run and even music to be played. A lesson on how to handle LINC tape (which became adapted for DEC tape later) is given. We also see how the team manages to download LAP-6 LINC program source through a serial connection to a modern laptop. Thus we see a...
Topics: Computer History, LINC
DigiBarn
by Digibarn Computer Museum, Al Lundell
software
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DigiBarn TV: Grand opening of Digibarn (July 13, 2002)
Topics: digibarn computer museum, computer history
DigiBarn
by Digibarn Computer Museum, Al Lundell
software
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DigiBarn TV: Bruce Damer gives a tour of the Digibarn (2002)
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Topics: digibarn computer museum, computer history
DigiBarn
by DigiBarn Computer Museum, Bruce Damer
software
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DigiBarn: Bruce Damer and Al Lundell at the 2003 Vintage Computer Festival on the Joys and Trials of Computer Collecting.
Topic: Computer History
DigiBarn
by DigiBarn Computer Museum, Bruce Damer
software
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DigiBarn Jeff Johnson on the Cromemco C10 "All in One" computer and the IEEE retrospective of the Xerox 8010 Star. Interviewed by founder and curator Bruce Damer at the DigiBarn Computer Museum on August 14, 2010.
Topics: Computer History, Cromemco, Xerox Star
DigiBarn
by DigiBarn Computer Museum, Bruce Damer
software
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DigiBarn: Three short video segments and a complete audio recording of Lee Felsenstein explaining the DigiBarn's Osborne1 schematics. Recorded by Digibarn founder and curator Bruce Damer in November 2006.
Topics: Computer History, Osborne1
DigiBarn
by DigiBarn Computer Museum, Bruce Damer
software
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DigiBarn David Linder demonstrates the Xerox 860 professional workstation (in North Vancouver) to Digibarn curator and founder Bruce Damer. This system was donated to the Digibarn collection.
Topics: Computer History, Xerox 860
DigiBarn
by DigiBarn Computer Museum, Bruce Damer
software
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DigiBarn Video Short video clips of Homebrew Computer Club 30th birthday event held by the DigiBarn Computer Museum at the Vintage Computer Festival, November 2005 (location: Computer History Museum, Mountain View CA).
Topics: Computer History, Home brew computer club
DigiBarn
by DigiBarn Computer Museum, Bruce Damer
software
eye 370
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DigiBarn Video Dwight Elvey reading the 1702 PROMs from the SacState 8008 in summer 2010.
Topics: Computer History, Home brew computer, sac state 8008, intel 8008
DigiBarn
by DigiBarn Computer Museum, Bruce Damer
software
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DigiBarn Lee Felsenstein and Bob Frankston reviewing the hardware display of the Sac State 8008, April 16, 2009.
Topics: Computer History, Intel 8008, Homebrew Computer Club
DigiBarn
by DigiBarn Computer Museum, Bruce Damer
software
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DigiBarn: Dwight Elvey on the ASR-300 and Canon Cat, recorded April 2007.
Topics: Computer History, ASR-33, Canon Cat, FORTH
DigiBarn
by DigiBarn Computer Museum, Bruce Damer
software
eye 150
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Digibarn Digibarn founder Bruce Damer's visit to the Colossus Mark II at Bletchley Park (Feb 2009)
Topics: Computer History, Colossus Mark 2
DigiBarn
by DigiBarn Computer Museum, Bruce Damer
software
eye 144
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DigiBarn: Michael Holley and his exhibit at the 2007 Vintage Computer Festival
Topics: Computer History, Home brew computer club
DigiBarn
by DigiBarn Computer Museum, Bruce Damer
software
eye 171
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DigiBarn Video segments of demos of the restored PDP-1 computer at the computer history museum playing the spacewar game, the snowflake graphics program and the polyphonic sound composition system.
Topics: Computer History, PDP-1, SpaceWar
DigiBarn
by Digibarn Computer Museum, Bruce Damer Curator
software
eye 1,079
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comment 0
DigiBarn: Large Collection of Computer History Audio Files
Topics: Digibarn, computer history
DigiBarn
by DigiBarn Computer Museum, Bruce Damer, Allan Lundell
software
eye 105
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DigiBarn: Interview-on-acoustic-coupling-modem
Topics: Computer History, Modem
DigiBarn
by DigiBarn Computer Museum, Bruce Damer, Allan Lundell
software
eye 331
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DigiBarn: Al Lundell's brief introduction to the book BASIC Computer Games by David-Ahl
Topics: Computer History, BASIC, computer games
DigiBarn
by DigiBarn Computer Museum, Bruce Damer, Allan Lundell
software
eye 128
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DigiBarn: Interview-on-300-baud-Hayes-Modem
Topics: Computer History, Hayes Modem
DigiBarn
by DigiBarn Computer Museum, Bruce Damer, Allan Lundell
software
eye 124
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DigiBarn: Alto-30th-birthday-event-nov2003
Topics: Computer History, Xerox Alto
DigiBarn
by DigiBarn Computer Museum, Bruce Damer, Allan Lundell
software
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DigiBarn Video Short video clips from the Maze War @30 special anniversary event held by the DigiBarn at the Vintage Computer Festival within the Computer History Museum in 2004.
Topics: Computer History, Maze War, Imlac
DigiBarn
by DigiBarn Computer Museum, Bruce Damer, Allan Lundell
software
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DigiBarn Video Homebrew club @30 birthday event-1975-2005, scraps of video from this special birthday event!
Topics: Computer History, Homebrew Computer Club
DigiBarn
by DigiBarn Computer Museum, Bruce Damer, Allan Lundell
software
eye 488
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DigiBarn Video #1 Steve Wozniak Invitation to the 1982 US festival-apple II program
Topics: Computer History, Steve Wozniak, Apple II, US Festival
DigiBarn
by DigiBarn Computer Museum, Bruce Damer, Allan Lundell
software
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Digibarn: Al Lundell on the Thought Technologies GSR-2 biofeedback training system for the Apple II and a video about the Calmpute system.
Topics: Computer History, biofeedback
DigiBarn
by DigiBarn Computer Museum, Bruce Damer, Allan Lundell
software
eye 126
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DigiBarn: Don and Kay Eberwine on the Atari 1040
Topics: Computer History, Atari 1040
DigiBarn
by DigiBarn Computer Museum, Bruce Damer, Allan Lundell
software
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DigiBarn: Don-Eberwine-on-Apple1-for-a-scope
Topics: Computer History, Apple 1
DigiBarn
by DigiBarn Computer Museum, Bruce Damer, Elixir Technologies Corporation
software
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DigiBarn Video The World of Elixir featuring the early innovative PC software from Elixir Technologies Corporaton. These promotional videos were recorded in 1988 or 1989 and feature Elixir employee Kathy Dell demonstrating the ElixiForm, ElixiSys, ElixiFont and ElixiGraphics software. Digibarn founder wrote the ElixiFont and ElixiGraphics and Elixir Desktop (not featured) software shown here.
Topics: Computer History, Elixir
DigiBarn
by DigiBarn Computer Museum, Datapoint
software
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DigiBarn TV: Three CTC Datapoint terminal industrial videos (early 1970s) From the Wikipedia entry on The Datapoint 2200: it was a mass-produced programmable terminal, designed by Computer Terminal Corporation (CTC) founders Phil Ray and Gus Roche, and announced by CTC in June, 1970 (with units shipping in 1971). It was presented by CTC simply as a versatile, cost-efficient terminal for connecting to a wide variety of mainframes by loading various terminal emulations from tape rather than being...
Topics: Vintage Computers, Datapoint
DigiBarn
software
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DigiBarn: Bruce Damer on How William Shatner Changed the World (History Channel) DigiBarn Curator Bruce Damer appeared on Discovery Channel Canada's program "How William Shatner Changed the World" which was shot at the Digibarn on March 1st, 2005 and then aired in Canada in November and December 2005 and aired throughout the US and other countries on the History Channel in March 2006. Digibarn site link: http://www.digibarn.com/collections/movies/05-11-DiscoveryCA-Shatner/index.html
Topics: computer history, star trek, william shatner, bruce damer
DigiBarn
software
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DigiBarn Curator Bruce Damer appeared on Discovery Channel Canada's program "How William Shatner Changed the World" which was shot at the Digibarn on March 1st, 2005 and then aired in Canada in November and December 2005 and aired throughout the US and other countries on the History Channel in March 2006 and since. This segment tells the story of how nerds in the 70s who had watched Star Trek in the 60s went on to create the personal computer revolution.
Topics: William Shatner, Star Trek, DigiBarn Computer Museum, Vintage Computing, Altair computer, Cray...
DigiBarn
software
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A live demo on a restored Xerox Alto personal workstation running Pinball game. The machine and the game are from the mid 1970s and preceded most modern personal computing. The demo was recorded in Atherton, CA by Dr. Bruce Damer on May 5, 2017.
Topics: digibarn, Xerox Alto, Xerox PARC, personal computing history
DigiBarn
by Dr. Bruce Damer
software
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DigiBarn founder and curator Dr. Bruce Damer introduces the Apple @ 30 (Apple in the Garage) event held at the Vintage Computer Festival, Nov 4, 2006 at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California. The panel included Steve Wozniak, Daniel Kottke, Andrew Wigginton, and others. The focus was on those who worked in Steve Jobs' parents garage assembling the Apple 1 single board computer.
Topics: Computer history, Apple Computer, Steve Wozniak, Apple 1, Steve Jobs
DigiBarn
by Dr. Bruce Damer, Allan Lundell
software
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The DigiBarn Computer Museum hosts a special panel at the Apple @ 30 (Apple in the Garage). This was part of the Vintage Computer Festival, Nov 4, 2006 held at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California. The panel included Steve Wozniak, Daniel Kottke, Andrew Wigginton, and others. The focus was on those who worked in Steve Jobs' parents garage assembling the Apple 1 single board computer.
Topics: DigiBarn, computer history, Apple computer, Apple 1, Steve Wozniak
DigiBarn
by Dr. Bruce Damer, Allan Lundell
audio
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This is the full collection of recorded interviews and other audio materials from the DigiBarn project to date. Recorded by Dr. Bruce Damer and Allan Lundell and others starting in the 2002 time frame.
Topic: Computer history
DigiBarn
by Dr. Bruce Damer, Allan Lundell
software
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DigiBarn curator Dr. Bruce Damer and co-founder and videomaker Allan Lundell lead Steve Wozniak on a tour of select artifacts at the DigiBarn Computer Museum on December 14, 2006 following a documentary shoot held at the DigiBarn and Ancient Oaks Farm.
Topics: Steve Wozniak, Apple II, Bruce Damer, Digibarn, vintage computing
DigiBarn
by Dr. Bruce Damer, Allan Lundell
software
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This collection is a series of shorts on the LINC @ 45 project featuring the original team and historic restored LINC computer as it arrived and was set up in California for the DigiBarn's event held at the Vintage Computer Festival 10 in the Computer History Museum, Mountain View, California. Later we also see short sequences of the LINC team members at the DigiBarn Computer Museum for the installation of the LINC.
Topics: LINC computer, Computer History, Wes Clark
DigiBarn
by Dr. Bruce Damer, Allan Lundell
software
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DigiBarn founder and curator Dr. Bruce Damer hosts the Q&A session for the panel at the Apple @ 30 (Apple in the Garage) event held at the Vintage Computer Festival, Nov 4, 2006 in the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, California. The panel included Steve Wozniak, Daniel Kottke, Andrew Wigginton, and others. The focus was on those who worked in Steve Jobs' parents garage assembling the Apple 1 single board computer.
Topics: Apple computer, Apple 1, Steve Wozniak, Steve Jobs, computer history
Tucows Software Library
by ellenzofia@hotmail.com
software
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These are animated cursors of the comic strip of Cathy .
Topics: software downloads, software, Downloads
Tucows Software Library
by Erick Kobres
software
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These are color-coded animated cursors.
Topics: software downloads, software, Downloads
Game Patches
by Firaxis Games
software
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The majority (but probably lacking a few odd patches for Direct To Drive versions, Mac Beta patches - please contact us if you can supply them) of patches for Firaxis' Civilization IV games series. The patches are numbered for convinence by Firaxis so that 1.XX is for Civilization, 2.XX is Warlords, and 3.XX is Beyond the Sword. This also applies to the Mac version, although there are a sizable difference in the amount of patches for the Mac version due to it being released after the PC version...
Topics: Videogame, Patch, Civilization, Civilization IV, Civilization IV Beyond The Sword, Civilization IV...
Tucows Software Library
by ftp://atrey.karlin.mff.cuni.cz/pub/linux/pci/
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This package contains various utilities for inspecting and setting of devices connected to the PCI bus. It requires kernel version 2.1.82 or newer (supporting the /proc/bus/pci interface).
Topics: linux, unix, software, GPL
Tucows Software Library
by ftp://cs.anu.edu.au/pub/software/ppp/
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pppd is the PPP Daemon for Linux, Solaris 2, *BSD, SunOS 4, Digital UNIX, SVR4, NeXTStep and Ultrix. It allows UNIX machines to connect to the Internet through dial-up lines, using the PPP protocol as a PPP server or client. The program works with chat, dip, and diald, among many others, and it supports IP, TCP, UDP and IPX (Novell).
Topics: linux, unix, software, GPL
Tucows Software Library
by ftp://cs.nyu.edu/pub/gnat/
software
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GNAT is free, commercial, high-quality compiler for Ada95. It is integrated into the GCC compiler system.
Topics: linux, unix, software, GPL
Tucows Software Library
by ftp://epb1.lbl.gov/xfig/
software
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TransFig is a set of tools for creating TeX documents with graphics, which are portable in the sense that they can be printed in a wide variety of environments.
Topics: linux, unix, software, GPL
Tucows Software Library
by ftp://ferret.lmh.ox.ac.uk/pub/linux/
software
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vsftpd is the Very Secure FTP Daemon. It isn't guaranteed to be totally secure, but that is the idea behind its creation. vsftpd is also a very fast, sometimes up to twice as fast as the popular WU-FTPd.
Topics: linux, unix, software, GPL